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Your heart beats approximately 100,000 times per day. In a healthy circulatory system, all of this happens without your giving it much thought.
It's Never Too Late
Did you know that it is never too late to make a positive change when it comes to heart health.
Join host Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with cardiologist,Elizabeth Jackson as they talk about her book An Ageless Woman's Guide to Heart Health. Learn why prevention is the biggest treatment to heart health.
Dr. Jackson began work at the University of Michigan Health Center in 2007. She works as an attending cardiologist with an emphasis in women's cardiovascular health and prevention.
Heart disease is a leading killer in America! This prevenalce of Heart disease is a recent occurence in our society.
We will cover the source of High Blood pressure, how common drugs can cause heart disease, how simple food choices can reverse heart disease, and many more causes and solutions!!
Don't miss this life saving show!
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It's national heart health month! Join #TeamSouthernbelles Sasha Horne and Dana Davis Blake. We'll dish on what it takes to maintain a healthy heart from relationships to wellness. Have a relationship question? Our panel of relationship coaches and medical experts will offer up some advice. Tweet your question using the hashtag #TeamSouthernBelles or email Sasha@TeamSouthernBelles.com
The Spirit Alive Praise & Worship Experience is a place for those who are unable to attend a local chuch, those who have been hurt by others in the church, or those who do not have a chuch home can come and hear a word from the Lord. There's no fashion shows, appreciations, offerings, or meetings, all we offer is Jesus, Jesus, and More Jesus!
There is a continual war being fought in the world today. It's a supernatural war; it's a war between God and satan, between heaven and hell. It is a battle for the hearts of every man, woman, boy and girl.
One side wants to make your heart soft, the other side wants to make your heart hard. One side wants to fill your heart with love, joy, and peace, the other side wants to fill your heart with pain. One side wants to protect your heart, the other side wants to attack your heart. Join us for this week's message; "Heart Health, Avoiding Spiritual Heart Attacks!"
Just because heart disease runs in your family, doesn't mean you have to succumb to the inevitability that you might get it. "All strokes and heart attacks are potentially preventable," says cardiovascular specialist (and today's guest) Amy Doneen, ARNP. The key is to maintain a "heart healthy" lifestyle. Reducing your risk of heart attack and stroke is easy; by incorporating a number of simple lifestyle changes that offer powerful protection against a heart attack, you can cut your risk by up to 80 percent. In this episode, host Kathryn Zox talks heart health with expert and author Amy Doneen, ARNP, and her new book "Beat the Heart Attack Gene."
Host Kathryn Zox.
Amy L. Doneen MSN, ARNP is an international leader in preventing heart attacks, stroke, and diabetes. She is the co-founders of the Bale/Doneen Method and the co-principle lecturer and researcher for this method of CVD Prevention. Her research on CVD prevention has been published in such respected medical journals as Atherosclerosis, Post Graduate Medicine, Journal of the National Medical Association, Journal of Clinical Lipidology, Cardiology Roundtable, Physician’s Weekly, Cardiovascular Nursing, Dental Economics, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine and ADVANCE for Healthy Aging.
Doneen has served as a reviewer for medical journals on topics revolving around vascular imaging and served on the appropriate use committee for the Society of Atherosclerotic Imaging and Prevention. In addition to being the medical director of Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center, Doneen is Adjunct Professor at Texas Tech Health Sciences School of Nursing. She is also the past chair of the Pacific Northwest Preventative Cardiovascular Nurses Association. Lastly, she is a doctoral candidate in the DNP program at Gonzaga University in Spokane Washington.
CEO of swim swim swim I Say talks Family Fun Fitness and Prevention
Agnes Davis, CEO of swim swim swim I SAY (sssIS, www.swimswimswimisay.com (http://www.swimswimswimisay.com), the only female owned and operated swimming company based in Upper Manhattan servicing Harlem and the Bronx teaches just more than swimming to over 100 students and families.
The mission of sssIS is to introduce healthy habits to students in and out of the water while encouraging changes to reduce diabetes, hypertension and drowning in African-American and Hispanic families.
5 years ago Agnes Davis was wrongfully terminated from her job at a top New York City hospital and had to reinvent. She went back to school, used her savings to get certified and launched swim swim swim I Say. Davis’ company teaches instructional swimming to children and adults in her neighborhood of Harlem and at CUNY Hostos College.
“February is the celebration of love - Valentine’s Day and Go Red month. Everyone will be thinking about love and the best symbol is a heart. Let’s start eating better and exercising our hearts for at least 30 minutes a day. With the addition of swimming in one’s daily routine - children and families will feel better and practice great heart health,” beams Agnes Davis.
About Swim Swim Swim I Say:
swim swim swim I SAY teaches tots, children and adults swimming and water safety. What makes swim swim swim I SAY unique compared to other swimming companies is their Fear of Water to Loving the Water Swimming program that they wrote, copyrighted and trademarked. In addition, swim swim swim I SAY instructs individuals with Special Needs that most companies will not work with or have little experience working with.
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Florence Silverstein is a Certified Holistic Personal Health Coach since 2011 and founder of Healthworksfs. It was her severe and nearly paralysing asthma and allergy symptoms that led Southern California resident and entrepreneur Silverstein to rediscover centuries old, holistic solutions to turn around her failing health. By incorporating many of the healthy lifestyle approaches from India during her childhood, she learned to heal herself and the anomalies in her life.
About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year–that’s 1 in every 4 deaths.1
Join my conversation with Florence as we discuss ths very important health issue of our times. Some of the topics we will be coverng:
What are the symptoms of heart disease in women, and are they different from men?
What are the statistics of people over 50 year?
Florence's programs for a Health Heart.
Join us for the kickoff of The Beauty Zone Chat for 2014 as we discuss heart health. The heart is a central, essential organ to the body. And likewise your spiritual heart is the center of your being. Listen is for a powerful discussion on keeping your heart healthy from the inside out featuring
FItness and heart health with Artistic Concepts . How to change your eating habits.
We invite any stylist that attending the Bronner Brothers show to call in and share the new trends, ideas , negative and positive of the show.
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In general we, as women, need to take better care of ourselves! We have the tendency to multitask ourselves into mental and physical exhaustion. We take care of our children, our husbands or boyfriends, our extended family, and our communities by helping them be successful in their projects.
By the time we have given energy to all these different people we seldom have time to focus on our most important asset -- ourselves. We have to focus on our health.
February is Heart Month, and it's a great time for us to take time to think about our emotional as well as our physical health. When we neglect our emotional and physical health we have aches, pains, fatigue and persistent health problems. Ignoring those signs can be dangerous and damaging to our health.
To read the entire article http://healthydaes.org/blog/2014/2/12/self-care-can-be-the-key-to-heart-health
It is February. The month of all things involving the heart. Veteran holistic physician and bestselling author Dr. Bradley Nelson joins us to discuss the link between emotions and heart health. Dr. Nelson unpacks the latest findings on emotions and heart health and explaisn the “heart-wall,” a hidden condition that afflicts many people.
Join us for a fun and fascinating conversation!
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Dr. Michael Lakow is a highly respected Cardiologist,. He is simply the best. Dr, Lakow will discuss what you should look for in selecting a cardio specialist, and what you should look into.as regards to your heart health
Dr. Lakow will talk about medical abuse and what you should know about Obamacare. You want a healthy heart and a Doctor you can trust. You can trust Dr. Lakow to give you information that could save your life.